Don't do it.
Want to protect your car? Here you go:<br> <br> Get yourself a good synthetic protection system - like a Klasse or a Zaino. Clay the car first, using a system like Mother's Gold Clay System (you'll see a post exchange that Drew and I had - both of us have used this, with good results).<br> <br> Clay first - then apply the synthetic 'wax' (it's more of a sealant).<br> <br> For interiors - <a href='http://www.303products.com'>303 products</a> makes a great vinyl/leather/rubber protectant and fabric guard.<br> <br> Truth is - you'll have to repeat these steps every year. The elements take a toll - and if anyone had a real 'lifetime' solution - the OEMs would be using them.<br> <br> Use these products - and you'll get a great life out of your car. I used them on my Blazer - 190k+ miles, and it still looks pretty damn good, despite being a heavy duty vehicle (did contruction on two homes, towed a boat and went fishing numerous times, and hauled all kinds of crazy junk).